Your Summer Starts Now: What’s On Across The East Riding

Your Summer Starts Now: What's On Across The East Riding
Your Summer Starts Now: What’s On Across The East Riding

Don’t miss Early Bird tickets for Sewerby Winter Woodland. The tickets go on sale on Friday, 28 June at 10.30am. There is no need to register for a discount, just head on over to www.sewerbyhall.co.uk/winterwoodland. Not able to pay the full amount straight away?

Don’t worry, you can pay for your tickets in instalments to help make your Christmas festivities feel a little easier.

Are you looking to shape up for summer? Or just wanting to get a little fitter? Shape up for Summer at East Riding Leisure is back to help you do just that. Enjoy three months Premier or Crew membership for only £72 with no tie-ins, no joining fee or direct debit, and save up to £30.

Plus, get a free week’s membership to share with a family member or friend. The Shape up for Summer offer is available from 1 – 31 July 2024 online or at any East Riding Leisure centre. Find out more information by visiting www.eastridingleisure.co.uk/shape-up-for-summer or visit your local East Riding Leisure centre.

There is a new Pop-up Memory Museum exhibition coming to Beverley Guildhall on Wednesday, 3 July. ‘Portrait of a Pasture’ is an artistic film of seasons and memories of and will run until Friday, 1 November.

The film aims to combine contemporary footage of Beverley Westwood with personal memories of the community and was shot between February and November 2022, capturing each season. The 20-minute film will run on a loop between 10am and 4pm each Wednesday and Friday. There is no need to book, just pop along and stay for as long as you like. Beverley Guildhall will also be opening its doors for Heritage Open Day on Saturday, 7 September. Come along and explore everything the Grade 1 listed building has to offer.

The hugely popular Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at Sewerby Hall and Gardens is entering its final weeks. Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London, will leave Sewerby Hall and Gardens on Sunday, 14 July.

Head on over to Sewerby Hall and Gardens to experience the world-renowned exhibition and experience the unique emotive power of . For more information and to book tickets in advance visit www.sewerbyhall.co.uk/wildlife-photographer-of-the-year



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